Esther Swan to leave Miss Universe Organization in May


After more than two decades, Esther Swan will be leaving the Miss Universe Organization at the end of May and this has been confirmed by MUO in an official announcement.

The company's longtime collaborator and director of talent development is well-known in the pageant community, especially in recent years for her "who are you?" question to every newly crowned Miss Universe winner.

One of the many highlights of her time with the prestigious pageant organization was accompanying the reigning queens during their official travels around the world.

In a comment on social media, Esther confirmed she isn't yet ready to retire anytime soon and emphasized that her resignation was her own choice.

Although she hasn't revealed what she's up to next after leaving Miss Universe, she said, "I'm not finished, I'm too young yet, still on the clock, and got things to complete before I hang up my sash."

"Esther has been integral to our development over the past 22 years, and we wish her luck in her new adventures," MUO wrote in a statement.

MUO continued: "Please join us and the many women whose lives and careers she has shaped in celebrating her amazing run over the next few months. Esther, we can't wait to see what's next for you!"

Here's an old photo with former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Tebow:

Photos: Esther Swan / Instagram

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